Goblin Play Live In Concert Tonight In Glasgow

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  1. Midnight Buddha

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    Yes that`s correct, going to see them play live tonight. Also a pre - gig screening of deep red...

    I`ll post any photographs i take on here tomorrow...
     

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    That would be pretty cool - tell us how it was when you get a chance
     
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    Hope you have a blast,look forward to the pics !
     
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    Haven`t time today to upload pics folks, will do tomorrow though. Didn`t take that many to be honest. I shot some live video on my camera and mobile phone though, so i`ll upload those onto youtube and post links. The gig was amazing ! i was standing at the very front of the stage. A few people were recording the show, guy standing next to me filmed practically the whole show ! so hopefully someone uploads the whole gig onto youtube.
     
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    Some pics...
     

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    More pics...
     

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    Cool...
     
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    Bah, just found out about this. A little late.

    Would be great if you could post any more videos you have. :)
     
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    I`ll upload another tomorrow after work ok.
     
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    Nice one, thanks.

    How busy was the show anyway, just out of interest? I remember when the old ABC Cinema in Sauchiehall street had a Bird with the crystal plummage and Tenebrae double bill years ago it was packed, but would have been interesting to see how many turned out for Goblin.
     
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    Yes it was very busy, packed even. I`d say it was mostly younger people in they`re 20`s at the show. I really enjoyed the deep red screening before hand, which was busy. Basically like a cinema screen in a brick tunnel, and since the arches sits directly above glasgow underground, you get the rumble of the passsing trains that adds to the atmosphere of films like this :)
     

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    ps... That wasn`t where the gig was, you can see a guitar and amp in the picture but that wasn`t anything to with goblin. Gig was a couple of tunnels along lol
     
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    Man the whole things sounds like a lot of fun- wish I could have been there
     
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    Just curious,what cut of DEEP RED did they screen,was it the cut version or the full Italian print ?
     
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    Well since this was i think my first time seeing deep red i don`t know. The lizard scene was there, that kind of jumped out at me, didn`t like that scene at all, but from what i`ve heard it was fake, meaning real lizard fake stunt.

    But it did seem uncut to me, few scenes made me cringe a bit. Like the woman being scalded in the bath, and the guy having his teeth knocked against the corner of a table a few times....CRINGE :(
     
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    Interesting, thanks.

    I bet it was a similar audience to when that "Duracell" guy ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QfwKqy3LyY ) played in Glasgow... and I missed that one too, haha.
     
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    Thanks for the info !
    Most of what was cut from DEEP RED was dialogue rather than violence.If there was a scene near the opening of the film where David Hemmings was teaching a group of Jazz musicians (his first scene in the uncut version) then it was likely the long cut.The first U.S. release of the film was shorter,20 minutes or so was cut.Some actually like the shorter version better but many prefer the full length cut.
     

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